JCC to host soccer
Jamestown Community College Total Fitness will host a skill specific camp just for soccer goalies Aug. 14-16.
The camp will meet Thursday and Friday from 6-8:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Camp will be hosted at the JCC Jamestown PHED building and adjacent athletic fields. This camp is for both male and female players ages 10-17. The cost of the camp is only $65.
Goalkeeper Coach JJ Bilinski is a former semi-professional soccer player and current JCC men's goalie coach. He brings more than 15 years of experience playing and coaching goalkeepers. He played for NPSL Soccer Team Queen City and PDL Ft. Wayne Fever.
Bilinski will incorporate basic goalkeeper techniques and fundamentals to the goalkeeping camp, as well as implementing advanced drills used by professional goalkeepers in the MLS and EPL today. The format of the camp will include: ready position, shot handling technique, diving technique, angle play, cutting down the angle, distribution, communication and understanding formations.
Cassadaga Valley boys
basketball open gym
The Cassadaga Valley Central School boys basketball program will hold an open gym at the high school for boys entering grades 9-12 today, Wednesday and Thursday from 5-7:15 pm.
Today's session will be held in the middle school gym.
Sunset Bay 5K
The Sunset Bay Experience day-long events and activities will be held Aug. 16 at The Sunset Bay Beach Club and Cabana Sam's Sunset Bay Grill in Irving.
The day will begin with the 5th Annual Reach the Beach 5K Run and 2.5K Walk at 9:30 a.m. The race starts and ends at the Sunset Bay Beach Club. The course takes runners over Iola Drive, through Sunset Bay and down South Shore Drive, twice.
Course maps and registration are available on the website at SunsetBayExperience.com.
After the race and refreshments, Cabana Sam's Sunset Bay Grill will hold a Craft Show featuring unique beach glass jewelry along with dresses and T-shirts. Local-made honey and Tupperware products will also be for sale. Vendors will be displaying their wares from 12-6 p.m. at this beachside marketplace. Tables are still available on a limited basis. Contact Nancy Noreck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-7188.
Purchase a special cup at Cabana Sam's and enjoy discounted drinks throughout the day while listening to live music and watching - or even participating - in the "Minute-To-Win-It" games.
The Sunset Bay Volunteer Fire Department members compete in the "Sons of the Beach" Hose Race outside the Fire Hall, with discounted drinks for volunteer firefighters (with ID and a driver's license) at the Sunset Bay Beach Club following the trophy ceremony.
For more information, contact Anne Neaf at 907-0219 or at email@example.com.
Food Is Our
Medicine Project 5K
Food Is Our Medicine Project, in coordination with Seneca Nation of Indians and Seneca Diabetes Foundation, present the Food Is Our Medicine Fall Fest 5K Run/Walk on Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. The starting line is the Seneca Nation Early Childhood Learning Center at 12857 Route 438, Irving. It will be a certified 5K course, timed race. This race supports Food Is Our Medicine Project sponsored by Seneca Diabetes Foundation.
The top male and female finishers and the top three finishers in each age group will receive medals. The walk is not competitive. All registrants will receive dri-performance shirts. Register early to ensure your size will be available on race day.
Registration and early packet pickup is available Friday, Sept. 12 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the William Seneca Building, second floor Planning Department, 12837 Route 438, Irving. Late registration and packet pickup is also available on race day from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Register online at www.FoodIsOurMedicine.org.
Meeting for Fredonia Boys Modified Soccer team to be held Aug. 17
A meeting will be held for the Fredonia High School boys modified soccer team on Sunday, Aug. 17, at 6 p.m., at the gazebo behind the Fredonia Central School. The gazebo is located near the tennis courts.
Practice will begin on Monday, Aug. 18. Anyone with questions prior to this meeting can email coach Jim Rush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member Guest - Tied for third place in the B Flight was the team of Steve Elliott and Harry Sinden and the team of Ken Clute and Jim Mayer. Both teams agreed to split the prize rather than have a playoff. Second place went to Jim Bradford and Dave Brown after falling short in a playoff to Corky Hull and Bill Boria, the winners of B Flight. Third place in A Flight went to Chris Elliott and John Sirianno. Second place was won by Marty Hemmer and John Coe. First place in A Flight eventually went to the team of Craig Martin and Dale Tremblay after they lost in a three-hole playoff to the tournament's overall winner of Kevin Maytum and Phil Klinginsmith.
Wednesday Morning Senior League - Mel Baldwin, Jim Hansen, Rich Ressler, Sam Arcadipane and Stu Williams all shot 41. Mitch Dudley did one shot better with a 40 to capture medalist honors. Closest to the pin on No. 2 was won by John Jones.
Harley Barber III recorded an ace on No. 8 at The Point. Witness' were Tom Cook, Jim McGill and Corky Hull. Also getting a hole-in-one on No. 8 earlier in the week was Carey Young from Erie, Pa., using a 9-iron. The shot was witnessed by Ron Rosenberg, Tony Young and Jenny Casillo.
Gowanda APA League
Standings - Mike's PG Team, Ronnie's Crazy 8's, Jamestown Raiders, Legion Machines, Jamestown Tavern, Twoguns Team and Jamestown St. Marauders. Top Gun: Gary Oehler is first in Purple Tier. Mike Harris is first in Red Tier. Joe Capitano is first in the Yellow Tier. Kit Carpenter is first in the Blue tier.
WEDNESDAY 9 BALL - Gowanda's Finest, Ronnie's Posse, 9Ball Scrappers, Legion Bangers. Top Gun: Jim Covert is first in the Black Tier. Kit Carpenter is first in the White Tier. George Bonnes is first in the Green Tier.
For more information, contact David Covert Division Rep at 698-2291.